A federal judge blocked some measures in Alabama’s controversial immigration law today, but some say the law has already spurred “unintended consequences” for the state’s economy.
The Texas governor’s moderate track record on immigration is being billed by opponents as a major weakness in his quest for the Republican nomination.
The Obama administration’s new deportation policy will focus on criminals, providing reprieve for DREAM Act youth and same-sex couples facing the threat of deportation.
A recent report finds that Mexican immigration to the U.S. is on the wane, while Mexican-American births boost the population numbers.
Jesse Hardman ruminates on the meaning of home for transmigrated communities going about their daily lives in a Tunisian refugee camp.
Feds push detention reforms amid record number of deportations, but the move from a punitive to civil detention system could take years.